Midtown is roughly defined as the area between Bloor to Lawrence, and Oakwood to Bayview. It is a thriving and
popular community made up of active residential areas that are independent and unique. Midtown has vibrant shopping
districts, great dining options, some of the best schools in Toronto and easy access to the TTC.
There are 13 different neighbourhoods in Midtown. They range from some of the most exclusive and expensive in the
city – such as Forest Hill and Leaside, to more reasonable options such as Oakwood Vaughan.
One of the most popular and recognizable intersections in midtown is Yonge and Eglinton. This has been a popular
neighbourhood for years because of its proximity to transit, vibrancy and good choices of restaurants and shops.
Yonge and Eglington has recently undergone a resurgence with the development of several new condominiums. In fact,
this neighbourhood has more units under development at this time that anywhere else in the city.
Prices in mid-town range from $500,000 for a one-bedroom condo, to multi-million dollars for detached homes. Prices
are very reflective of each individual neighbourhood and their respective school districts – of which some of
the best schools in Toronto are located.
To find out more about the area of Midtown Toronto or any other neighborhoods in the city, contact me and I would be happy to provide you with sales by
neighborhood. It’s a smart way to stay on top of the game.